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LYNNFIELD, Mass. — Hood, a New England dairy brand, has entered the fast-growing Greek yogurt market with the introduction of four new Greek frozen yogurts, the company announced today.
Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt combines lowfat frozen yogurt with ingredients such as raspberry swirls, granola crunch and chocolate chips, and are hitting store shelves just in time for the warm weather months.
Made with live and active cultures, each serving of Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt contains five grams of protein.
“Greek Frozen Yogurt is an exciting addition to the Hood family of frozen dairy products,” said Sarah Barow, Hood spokesperson. “With the popularity of Greek yogurt continuing to grow, we think consumers will be eager to try this refreshing new frozen treat. Hood’s rich and creamy Greek Frozen Yogurt offers delicious lowfat flavors that are high in protein, giving New Englanders a smarter way to indulge.”
Available in quart size containers, Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt is available in four different flavors:
Blueberry – blueberry lowfat Greek frozen yogurt;
Double Chocolate Chip – chocolate lowfat Greek frozen yogurt with chocolate chips;
Honey Vanilla – honey vanilla lowfat Greek frozen yogurt; and
Raspberry Granola – vanilla lowfat Greek frozen yogurt with raspberry swirl and granola crunch
“Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt is ideal for consumers looking for a better-for-you treat, without sacrificing taste,” said Elizabeth M. Ward, M.S., R.D. and the Hood Answer Mom. “The five grams of protein in each serving make Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt a smarter indulgence for today’s health-conscious consumer. It also is a great base ingredient for smoothies, as well as many other delicious recipes.”
Hood Greek Frozen Yogurt is available at major grocery stores across New England.
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